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I feel there are a lot of similarities between my work and running. I like pressure, a challenge, and the goals are the same. Namely, when I start a job or a run, my aim is to finish to the best of my ability. Subsequently, I put everything into the task ahead with the ultimate goal of finishing and doing a good job with no regrets. I enjoy pushing myself to see what I can achieve. I love running, the freedom it gives, the fresh air, and how much ground and miles I can cover on the long events, ...
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The 2017 edition of the standard is considerably modified from the 2003 edition. The five Norbar articles are designed to explain the key differences and how the new standard is intended to be used. They are an overview, not a replacement for studying the standard. If you have questions we will be happy to try and help. Please follow the email link at the end of each article.This fifth article of five has been written with industrial users in mind.  Industrial applications for torque are st...
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The 2017 edition of the standard is considerably modified from the 2003 edition. The five Norbar articles are designed to explain the key differences and how the new standard is intended to be used. They are an overview, not a replacement for studying the standard. If you have questions we will be happy to try and help. Please follow the email link at the end of each article.This fourth article of five has been written with users in the general automotive and other road vehicle aftermarket in mi...
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The 2017 edition of the standard is considerably modified from the 2003 edition.  The five Norbar articles are designed to explain the key differences and how the new standard is intended to be used. They are an overview, not a replacement for studying the standard. If you have questions we will be happy to try and help. Please use the email link at the end of each article.This third article of five has been written with calibration laboratories in mind.  Further articles for, automoti...
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The 2017 edition of the standard is considerably modified from the 2003 edition.  The five Norbar articles are designed to explain the key differences and how the new standard is intended to be used. They are an overview, not a replacement for studying the standard. If you have questions we will be happy to try and help. Please follow the email link at the end of each article.This second article of five has been written with hand torque tool manufacturers in mind.  Further articles for...
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The 2017 edition was published at the end of February and is considerably modified from the 2003 edition.  This article is designed to explain the key differences and how the new standard is intended to be used.During March, four further articles will explain the changes from the perspective of different users of the standard. Questions are welcome. Please follow the link at the end to email us.What has changed?The 2003 edition was itself a development of the 1993 edition. The 2003 standard...
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Torque wrenches are common place across a variety of industrial processes, commercial garages and even homes wherever there is a precision assembly process utilising threaded fasteners. Considering their widespread use however, there remains a number of things that people get wrong or simply don’t know.Here Philip Brodey at Norbar Torque Tools highlights the top ten things to consider: Storing your torque wrenchWhen a torque wrench is in regular use it does not need to be wound back. Howe...
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